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Erasmus+ information for outgoing students

Get to know yourself, get to know the world!

Apply for Erasmus+ study abroad and open new horizons!


Erasmus+ student mobility is aimed at supporting studies and traineeships abroad.

The purpose of Erasmus + study abroad is to develop professional and interculutral competences, aquire and transfer credits from an international partner university.

The purpose of Erasmus+ traineeship is to acquire the skills needed in the EU labour market and to understand the economic and social culture of the host country. The host institution can be a company, training institute, research centre or other organization.

Opportunities and eligibility

  • You must be a full-time student of BBS and have active student status during your mobility.
  • You must submit an application before the deadline. Ranking of applications is based on cumulative corrected credit index. In case of equal positions additional documentation will be required to help assesment.
  • You need to have at least B2 level language proficiency from the host institution's working language. You can prove it with a corresspondind national or international language certificate, or a certificate from a language school or BBS Institute of Foreign Languages.
  • You can combine studies and traineeship in case the traineeship is supervised by the same host university where you study with Erasmus+. Important! In such case you will have your grant calculated as mobility for studies for the whole period!
  • If you are a PhD student, you are eligible for short term mobilities (5-30 days) too, not only the 2-12 months mobility types.
  • It is also possible to participate in blended mobilities, which means that part of the program you will complete online, combined with an onsite period at the host. It is important that the minimum of the physical part has to be 2 months. Don't forget to ask your host if this option is available!
  • Blended Intansive Programs will provide opportunities to participate in short-term physical (5-30 days) mobilities combined with virtual collaboration. There will be separate calls for this type of actions, so stay tuned!
  • During one study cycle you can spend a maximum of 12 months abroad.
  • Before starting your mobility abroad you will be required to compile a Learning Agreement or Mobility Agreement for Traineeship to lay out the planned activites and courses. You will have to get these approved both by the host and BBS.
  • Your mobility activity have to be connected to your current studies and help your professional development at this specific field.
  • At the end of the mobility program the host will have to issue a certificate about your mobility period and also issue a Transcript of Records about the completed credits or a Traineeship Report with your evaluation as a trainee.
  • In case of study abroad, you have to complete at least 15 ECTS credits at the host university.
  • It is the responsibility of BBS to help the credit transfer process of all completed and certified credits.
  • During your mobility period you are eligible to all other type of BBS scholarships.
  • IMPORTANT! Stipendium Hungaricum Students are already studying abroad at BBS, therefore not eligible for long term (2-12 months) mobility.

How can I submit a tender?

All forms necessary for the submission of a study application can be downloaded from the Erasmus/Downloadable documents menu on the faculty website.

Parts of the tender documentation:

  • application form;
  • scoring sheet;
  • Europass-format curriculum vitae with photograph and motivation letter in Hungarian and in the language of teaching at the relevant foreign institution;
  • document verifying the language proficiency – B2 level, complex state language examination certificate, or an equivalent school-leaving diploma or certificate;
  • authenticated documents certifying right to extra points described in the tender;
  • list of subjects (a list of those subjects you intend to take at the partner institution during the Erasmus semester).

Assessing tenders

The assessment of tenders for study abroad takes place on the basis of the application form, the data sheet and the prescribed annexes taking into consideration the number of points reached.

We would like to draw the attention of applicants to the fact that there is a significant sum available to fund tenders so we encourage everyone to submit an application.

Winning applicants will be notified by e-mail by the faculty Erasmus coordinator who will nominate them in the host institutions. 

Submission of tenders and further information

Tender applications can be submitted online by 23.59 hours on Monday 15 March 2021. Submission of applications is continuous; places are filled in the order of submission of tenders. If you would like to tender for Erasmus social supplementary support, please notify the coordinator or do this by e-mail when submitting the tender.


You can request further information from faculty International Mobility Offices:

Student financial grant and maintenance costs abroad

The sum of the grant is determined on the basis of the length of the study period (days), the maintenance costs in the given country and depending on the size of the budget awarded to BBS. The sum of the grant is defined in the Contract of Funding.

Funding levels

Target countryStudy-oriented student mobility

High maintenance cost countries

Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Luxemburg, Norway, Sweden, Great Britain

520 € / month

Medium maintenance cost countries

Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Spain, France, Italy, Netherlands, Malta, Portugal

520 € / month

Low maintenance cost countries

Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Macedonia, Turkey

470 € / month

We draw the attention of applicants for the Erasmus+ scholarship to the fact that the sum of the grant awarded does not cover the full cost of maintenance in the target country, which is why it will have to be supplemented from personal resources.

The student also has the opportunity to submit a Campus Mundi scholarship tender to the Tempus Foundation, but to do this he/she must win Erasmus+ status and sign a zero-grant contract with the university.

BBS also provides independent funding through a tender application and on an academic and social basis for those students participating in Erasmus+ mobility. MOKIÖ (Mobility Supplementary Scholarship), which can be applied for in parallel with the current tender in both academic and social categories, is specifically designed for this.

Erasmus+ students may submit tenders to receive regular social support and if their academic results are adequate, they will also receive a study scholarship.

The Tempus Foundation can also announce supplementary tenders for students who have won Erasmus+ scholarships. These grants provide extraordinary social support for disadvantaged students and supplementary financial support for students with disabilities or long-term illnesses.

The Erasmus+ support derives from the headquarters in Brussels. It is transferred to the BBS account via the Tempus Foundation in Hungary, where it can only be used after receipt. The institution transfers 90% of the Erasmus+ scholarship to the student on the basis of the available resources at the beginning of the mobility period, while the remaining part of the grant is transferred after arrival home and submission of the report.

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2022. September 28.